Let nature into your workplace – Tukua te uho taiao ki roto nā papa mahi!
We have a range of resources for your workplaces to help you participate in Mental Health Awareness Week, during the week and beyond:
Keen to inspire and motivate your people and teams to Let nature in and strengthen workplace wellbeing? We’ve got a whole range of suggested activities for you in this fact sheet.
Use this fact sheet to help your people understand and engage with the Five Ways to Wellbeing in nature this Mental Health Awareness Week.
In case the nature focus isn’t quite right for your workplace, this fact sheet offers a broader range of activities (not just nature related) to help you have fun and introduce the Five Ways to Wellbeing into your Mental Health Awareness Week.
Use this simple template to work out who is doing what, by when, to bring your Mental Health Awareness Week activities to life.
Co-developed with the Health Promotion Agency, the toolkit offers a range of fact sheets, tips, tools and templates to make it easy for you to support your teams to build the Five Ways into their day-to-day lives.
From tips for leaders to Five Ways information sheets and interactive team games, we’ve got you covered. And we’ve already tailored some of the activities and team games to MHAW’s Let nature in theme, so check these out too.
Whether you’re presenting a two-hour workshop on the Five Ways and mental wellbeing or picking and choosing some key activities for your people and teams, our ‘Enhancing Mental Wellbeing: Five Ways to Wellbeing at Work’ resources are for you.
There’s fact sheets, a workshop facilitator guide, PowerPoint slides and worksheets to help you introduce and explore the Five Ways with your people. The resources are practical and can be tailored to your workplace. We’ve received glowing feedback on these resources to date.
For support on making mental health part of the conversation, see our Open Minds resources. Developed as part of the Like Minds, Like Mine programme, they provide managers with practical tips to have positive conversations about mental health in the workplace.
Keen to learn more about mental wellbeing in the workplace, but not sure where to begin?
We’ve selected some of our key fact sheets to help you…
- Help your people and teams to understand mental health and wellbeing.
- There’s a huge business case for mental wellbeing at work.
- Workplaces can play an active and positive role in people’s mental wellbeing, but they can also have a negative impact.
- See what leaders can do to champion mental wellbeing at work.
- Learn some tips for opening up conversations and talking about mental health and wellbeing.